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CIRI seminar: Dr. Jean DUBUISSON
Jean DUBUISSON (Centre Infection Immunité de Lille, Institut Pasteur de Lille): “ Large scale screening discovers clofoctol as an inhibitor of SARS-CoV-2 replication that reduces COVID-19-like pathology “ Hote : FL Cosset & Pierre-Yves Lozach
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Séminaire CIRI: Dr. Suzana Salcedo
 Dr. Suzana Salcedo (IBCP Lyon; MMSB): "Studying nosocomial bacterial pathogenesis: old toxins, new functions"
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CIRI seminar: Dr. Brian WEBSTER
CIRI seminar:Dr. Brian WEBSTER (Team Coordinator – Miltenyi Biotec Köln - Germany) Hote : Marlène Dreux
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CIRI seminar: Pr. Michaël L. DUSTIN
"Supramolecular assemblies in the immunological synapse"
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Seminar CIRI : Pr. Yves GAUDIN
“ Interplay between viral factories and innate immunity during rabies virus infection: a history of liquid organelles “
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Seminar CIRI : Dr. Pierre-Yves LOZACH
"Rift Valley fever virus and its fabulous NSs protein: a model to study amyloid aggregation and functions? "
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Séminaire CIRI : Dr. Nicolas BIDERE
Dr. Nicolas BIDERE "Deciphering Antigen Receptor-mediated NF-kB Activation and Lymphoma Cells Survival"
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CIRI seminar: Pr. Eike STEINMANN
"Culturing Hepatitis E Virus– recent advances and novel perspectives for basic science and drug discovery"
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Séminaire CIRI : Dr. Philippe AFONSO
"Neuroinvasion by HTLV and ZIKV: how blood-borne viruses cross the blood brain barrier"
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Seminar CIRI : Dr. Martin OBR
Architecture of retroviral capsid explored by cryoelectron tomography and subtomogram averaging
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